Travelodge Inn & Suites - Yucca Valley
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.....so if you're wondering whether or not it's possible to travel from point A to B without ever using an Interstate Highway.....the answer is technically, always! However, much depends on the effective communication between driver and navigator, without interference from any passenger. So, in our case the answer is no! Far too many off ramps, merges and ...
... looms forty feet high and is estimated to be over 100 years old. According to the leaflets there are desert bighorn,quail, roadrunners, rattlesnakes, desert tortoises, but no bears Laraine!!!
Driving through the park you see lots of stacked boulders which began underground as a result of ...
... the cattle were found is green and a great place to graze them. The trail was a little over a mile and a great walk. It is colder up here but the temperature was in the high 70's and very comfortable. William Keys actually used dynamite to blow up some of these rocks to create the trail to get in where the cowboys were hiding.
Next, we headed down to Baxter Dam and the Old Mill Trail which we could not ...
... a Beer. Ended up having a 2 for $20.00 meal. We both had the prime rib. During dinner we talked more about family, the road trip, jobs, different states, friends from work, health care and odds and ends. We finished our beer and food, the waitress came by and asked "are you guys ready for dessert?".....John said "Oh, it comes with dessert also?".....waitress responded "Yes, a dessert for the two of you share."...........probably the dumbest look across ...
... finally getting the long overdue mail and the RX, we could leave Palm Desert Wednesday afternoon. We had planned to visit Joshua Tree N P but since we had been there only two years earlier, we went on past and spent the night in a motel so we could give Duke another bath. Our stopping point was Twenty Nine Palms - site of the same name Marine Corps ...
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